Kings remain a scoring machine
While several NBA teams have undergone major overhauls, the Kings have grown monotonous in their success.
- Sacramento has been there. The Kings have done that.
Vlade Divac has been practicing survival skills in the paint going on 15 years now. Peja Stojakovic from 3 is almost cliche. Mike Bibby leads them in assists. Doug Christie leads them in steals. And Chris Webber leads them in games missed due to injury.
While several teams in the NBA have undergone major overhauls, I heard 100 player transactions league-wide and growing, the Sacramento Kings, once the most trendy and dynamic team in league, have grown monotonous in their success.
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